Just wanna clear something up . . .

Discussion in 'iPod touch 2G Jailbreak: redsn0w, 24kpwn, etc.' started by JazziePhay77, Mar 11, 2009.

  1. JazziePhay77

    JazziePhay77 New Member

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    http://blog.iphone-dev.org/
    From the Dev-Team Blog:
    So how exactly would that work?
    Every new firmware update would pretty much automatically be jailbreakable?
    Or am I just miss-reading it?
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    Chrisschulz New Member

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    sounds like it. im lovin my untethered

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    AmazingNachos Banned

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    yes beccause

    a) We can ALWAYS send the 2.1.1 iBSS

    b) There is a unpatchable hole in the LLB (see 24kPwn thread)
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    Basically there was a stack error in the bootrom, allowing us to modify some of the variables stored in cache, and then load up a pwned LLB. LLB is really really low in the chain of trust, which is a good thing. Because the bootrom cannot be modified, and the exploit happens in the header of the LLB, there is nothing Apple can do about it now.

    At least, this is how I understand it.

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    Simplified:

    The exploit that allows you to jailbreak your second-generation touch is located in something that Apple cannot change. Therefore, you will always be able to jailbreak.
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    So when there is a new firmware out, would I have to restore and re-jailbreak all over again?
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    Well, they may be able to fix it I THINK.
    Cause, if you send in your iPod for service, they will be able to replace it with a new one.
    WHICH WILL PATCHED!

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